Infrastructure services business sets out its roadmap to become a net-zero-carbon business by 2045
INFRASTRUCTURE services company FM Conway have launched their Net Zero Strategy, which sets out their roadmap for reducing carbon across the business to reach their net-zero target by 2045.
The new strategy comes as a response to the growing climate change agenda and details how the business will take action to cut carbon in its operations and processes.
The strategy outlines the key areas in which FM Conway aim to tackle carbon and achieve net zero ahead of the UK’s Government’s deadline of 2050, namely:
- Energy management
- Plant and transport
- Natural capital investment
- Waste management
- Material resource efficiency.
FM Conway say the purpose of the strategy is to provide a structured mechanism for change, review, and innovation that will lead to carbon savings for both the business and its clients, and build upon the work that it is already delivering in terms of materials recycling in the highways industry.
Chief executive officer Adam Green commented: ‘At FM Conway, we understand that the protection of the Earth and its resources is everybody’s business; we are all responsible. There is no question that the actions we take today will have a profound impact on the planet of tomorrow.
‘For over 30 years of our 60 years trading, FM Conway have pioneered sustainable construction activities that have ultimately led to a reduction in carbon. Our business has invested in sustainable infrastructure and is leading the way in the use of low-carbon recycled asphalt materials.
‘Our Net Zero Strategy is the result of a structured and considered approach of how we can realistically reduce carbon within our business. I am delighted that we are now able to launch this strategy and look forward to working with our clients and partners on the journey to net zero.’